I would rather EAT my vegetables than become one!
That you simply have to watch.
Join Hazel (88 years old) as she explains how she is able to stay healthy through NUTRITION!
88 Keys to Living a Long and Purposeful Life
You Too Can Learn a Lifetime of Lessons from this Amazing Woman’s Experiences At age 88, Hazel Ramsbotham lives debt-free, takes no medication, never gets sick, has a memory that’s sharp as a tack, and possesses more energy at 10 o’clock at night than most teenagers at a Pink concert.
She can even perform 40 pushups in a row; something she performs in front of thousands of people from the speaking stage.
What’s her secret?
More than just a biography, each of Hazel’s shared experiences in this book reinforces one of her 88 keys to helping you perform your life in harmony like a pianist uses the 88 keys of a piano to make a beautiful sound.
By reading this book, you will reclaim your energy and focus to:
* Accomplish more in your life than you expected.
* Stand up to any challenge with grit and commitment.
* Enjoy long life with good health, wealth, and wisdom.
If you feel the pressures of money, debt, depression, anxiety, financial loss, age, illness, soured relationships, or an uncertain future, Hazel’s 88 Keys will be music to your ears and heart. Hazel Ramsbotham raised five children while earning her Master of Music Performance degree from the University of Idaho. She taught piano for 75 years and has received awards including National Teacher’s Association Fellow of the Year and Colorado Music Teacher of the Year. She maintains her status as a nationally certified piano instructor while pursuing her business as a health coach.
To become more fit and live a better life, or for public speaking inquiries, please call Hazel at:
720 810 6161
Stories From My Amazing Life So Far.
Hello, I'm Hazel, and I was thrilled and honored to be asked to do a podcast recently. The person who did the podcast was Mandy Connell. She is on KOA 850 AM radio here in the Denver area from 1 to 4 every single day of the week, Monday through Friday. I was thrilled...
Hello. I’m Hazel, and I would like to talk about the subject of perseverance. You know, there was a song that was popular in the ’70s that said, “What the world needs now is love, sweet love.” No, what the world needs now is discipline, sweet discipline, because so many people are not disciplined about what they need to do.
Hi, I'm Hazel, and I'd like to tell you a little bit about the CEO of our company. His name is J. Martin. He was a school teacher. He only taught for one year, and in 1970 he decided he wanted to start a business that would be lasting, and dependable, and help...
Hi, I'm Hazel. This morning I would like to talk with you about my exercise routine that I started many years ago. Not on my own mind you, but my son who was finishing up his college work and living at home, and we were sitting together at church and when the sermon...
Hi, I'm Hazel with a little bit of information that I've learned through the years. When we bring children into the world, they are supposed to enter into our world. We're not supposed to turn our world into their world. And if we have just two children, a boy, he's...
Good morning. This is Hazel, and I would like to speak with you a little bit about my three-quarter of a century career of teaching piano. I taught many hundreds of students during my lifetime, and I learned that there is nothing ... it's the only career that you...